It’s not hard to tell the difference in the UK, but as it turns out in the US the lines are slightly blurrier.
“A Street Cat Named Bob” is a British animal dramedy that’s based on the book of the same name. A recovering drug addict encounters a street cat who changes his life in ways he never thought possible. It stars Luke Treadaway (James Bowen), Ruta Gemintas (Betty), Joanne Froggatt (Val), Anthony Head (Nigel Bowen), and Bob the Cat as himself.
Although the Queen’s 90th birthday was on April 21, the official celebrations to mark the milestone take place on June 12. While not everyone was able to nab a ticket to the huge street party taking part on the Mall in central London, people all over the country will be gathering their friends, family and neighbours in order to create their own equally fun-filled roadside rendevous. And here’s how to do it..
[Photo: Corrymoor] We can all rejoice, smell resistant socks now exist! Say goodbye to always getting ‘the fear’ when taking your shoes off at a friends house and to the Sunday laundry schedule. This genius product has been created on a farm in East Devon by Steve and Jenny Whitley. The super couple not only run the angora goat farm, but also their own knitwear company, Corrymoor.
New York, London, Milan, Paris, and...Los Angeles? It seems the city is gunning for a spot on the list of top fashion capitals in the world, and with the sartorial activity of the past few months?Tom Ford presented his Fall/Winter collection, Chanel's coming to Palm Springs?it might actually be bestowed the prestigous honor. On Thursday night, Burberry brought London to the Hollywood Hills, staging a fashion show at the historic Griffith Observatory, adding another justification to the list for Tinseltown's appointment. Naomi Campell and Jourdan Dunn, current Burberry campaign stars, walked in the runway, faces Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse sat in the front row representing the brand, and fellow Brits including Cat Deeley, Ellie Goulding, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, and more all attended.